Willis replaces Underhill in England 6N squad
England's Six Nations squad suffers further disruption as head coach Eddie Jones replaces Sam Underhill with Wasps' Jack Willis due to injury.
Marler, Launchbury withdraw from Six Nations
England will be without two of their most experienced forwards for the Six Nations with Joe Launchbury and Joe Marler both ruled out.
Minozzi opts out of Italy squad for Six Nations
Italy head coach Franco Smith has named a 32-man squad for the Six Nations, but will be without star full-back Matteo Minozzi after the Wasps player opted out of the tournament.
Furlong back as Farrell names 6N squad
Ireland included Tadhg Furlong in their squad for this year's Six Nations as coach Andy Farrell said he was ready to join the group despite last playing almost a year ago.
England call up uncapped Odogwu in 6N squad
England have called up Wasps' Paolo Odogwu and Bristol Bears' Harry Randall ahead of the Six Nations but there is no place in the squad for Jonathan Joseph.
Pocock: Sport must tackle climate change
Australian rugby great David Pocock believes sport cannot insulate itself from the effects of climate change, saying "if we don't up our ambition and start to deal with this as the emergency the scientists are telling us it is, then we're cooked."
Harlequins announce Gustard departure
Paul Gustard joined Harlequins in May 2018 and led the side to a sixth-place finish in the interrupted 2019-20 campaign, however he will leave the London club with immediate effect.
Scotland name uncapped Redpath in 6N squad
Scotland have included Bath centre Cameron Redpath in their 35-man squad for the Six Nations after winning a potential tug-of-war with England for the player.
Pivac names surprise Wales 6N selection
Head coach Wayne Pivac has a number of surprise selections in his Wales Six Nations squad, including uncapped Scarlets backrow Josh Macleod and loose-forward Dan Lydiate.
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